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What are the brokerage charges of HDFC securities?

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HDFC Securities charges percentage basis brokerage subject to a minimum of Rs 25 for Equity trading. HDFC Securities brokerage charges are slightly higher compared to other discount brokers. HDFC Securities, being a full-service broker, offers research services and in-person assistance through its branch support and relationship manager.

HDFC Securities Brokerage Charges (Standard Plan)

Segment

Brokerage Fee

Equity Delivery

0.50% of trade value or Rs 25 whichever is higher

Equity Intraday

0.05% of trade value or Rs 25 whichever is higher

Equity Futures

0.05% of trade value or Rs 25 whichever is higher

Equity Options

Rs 100 per lot or 1% of the premium (whichever is higher)

Currency Futures

Rs 23 per contract

Currency Options

Rs 20 per contract

Commodity Futures

0.02% for Intraday / 0.025% for positional or Rs 20 whichever is higher

Commodity Options

Rs 100 per lot

Apart from the Standard plan, HDFC Securities also offers Value Plans to its customers that provide Equity Delivery trading as low as 0.10% whereas Derivatives trading at Rs 20 per order.

The Value plans are available at an annual subscription charge starting from Rs 199 to Rs 5,999 that is valid for 360 days.

HDFC Securities Value Brokerage Plans

Segment

Subscription Charges and Brokerage Charges

Plan

199

299

999

1,999

2,999

3,999

4,999

5,999

Equity Delivery

0.32%

0.27%

0.22%

0.18%

0.15%

0.15%

0.10%

0.10%

Equity Intraday

0.032%

0.027%

0.022%

0.018%

0.015%

0.015%

0.010%

0.010%

Options (per order)

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Futures (per order)

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Rs 20

Zero Brokerage on ETF

No

No

No

No

No

Yes

No

Yes



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